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THE CHAIR of Harlow Council launched Black History Month in Harlow last week. It is only fair, as cllr Ian Beckett puts so much hard work into everything he does, that we reproduce his speech in full. Cllr Beckett said: “It gives me great pleasure…

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Ryman Div One North Report courtesy of Harlow Town FC By Ray Dyer DANNY Chapman’s side had to scrap for the points at Cricklefield Stadium, a slow start on a bumpy surface from both sides with no real chances in the opening fifteen minutes. Harlow…

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A QUIZ night in support of a Poppy Appeal is set for later this month. The appeal is organised by Jill Jackson whose family have been involved in organising the Poppy Appeal for over thirty years. The quiz is at Colt Hatch Social Club on…

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GET Into Refereeing in Harlow: The Essex County FA, in partnership with the Harlow & District Sunday League, have set up a ‘Get Into Refereeing’ Information Evening this Friday (10th October) at Dimond House in Harlow with the aim of recruiting new referees for the…

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THE WORLD premiere of The Pantaloons production of Bleak House is at the Harlow Playhouse on Thursday October 9th and Friday October 10th. A company of five actor-musicians bring the novel’s cast of over 50 characters to life. Show begins at 7.30pm at the Studio…

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THERE were mixed fortunes for Harlow Hockey Club, as the women’s first team picked up their first win of the season, while the men’s team suffered a first defeat. It was Harlow Ladies’ first home match of the Essex Hockey League, premier division season. Harlow…

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NOW and again, we dip into the diary of Old Harlow, Stay at Home Dad, Rob Tyler. His Facebook page has over 10,000 likes. Let us see what Rob is up to in October. “A little while ago now I wrote in a diary update…

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A public launch event at ERO on Saturday 11th October celebrates Black History Month, and offers an opportunity to find out how to deposit documents, pictures or sound and video recordings at the archive for current and future generations to share. In addition, there will…

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HARLOW Running Club picked up several awards at the multi-terrain Copped Hall 5 Mile race in Epping Forest. Rob Lowe finished in 4th place out of 114 finishers and 1st Vet 40 in an excellent 31min 51sec, Louise Tankard was 16th and 1st Lady in…

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ON THE FACE of it, the musical Copacabana is a one-trick pony or in other words, a one song musical. The clue is in the title. Then how comes the production at the Harlow Playhouse on Friday night had them dancing in the aisles, the…

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By Harry Tennison I HATE West Side Story which seems a bit of an issue. I just can’t stand it. Bernstein and Sondheim; sorry but I’d rather you just hadn’t bothered. Annoyingly, however, I had quite a few friends in the show so was legally…

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Ryman Div One North Harlow Town 0 v 0 AFC Sudbury Report courtesy of www.harlowtwonfootballclub.co.uk Harlow were held by AFC Sudbury 0-0 at the Harlow Arena in what was a tough and sometimes controversial 90 minutes. Harlow came into the game off the back of…

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intu Lakeside’s annual recruitment fair was another success this weekend, as over 2000 people headed to the shopping centre to find themselves the perfect retail career. On Saturday 27th September, C&C recruitment, intu Lakeside’s very own recruitment agency held their recruitment fayre throughout the centre,…

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A ZUMBATHON class is set to go ahead in order to raise money for St Clares hospice in Harlow. The zumbathan has been organised by Waltham Abbey Zumba instructors Bee Payne and Sam Champion. The event will be held at Waltham Abbey Town Council starting…